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School of Law

Student Complaints

A. Reporting a Complaint

Loyola School of Law wishes to hear any student concerns about significant problems that directly implicate the school's program of legal education and its compliance with the ABA's Accreditation Standards. Any student having such a concern should submit it in writing to the Associate Dean for Administration.

 

B. Resolving the Complaint

When a formal written complaint has been made in accordance with section A, the Associate Dean for Administration shall investigate as soon as possible, but in no event later than 20 business days after the filing of the written complaint with the Associate Dean for Administration. The Associate Dean for Administration shall attempt to resolve the complaint, if possible, within the 20 business day period. If resolution is not possible, the Associate Dean for Administration may refer the matter to the appropriate administrator, administrative body, or an administrative official designated by the Dean or the Dean's designate.

If referral of the complaint is made as referenced above, the administrator, administrative body or Dean's designate shall attempt to resolve the complaint as soon as possible, but in no event later than 20 business days after referral by the Associate Dean for Administration.

Upon completing the investigation of the complaint, the Law School shall communicate its findings and, if appropriate, its intended actions to the complainant. Within ten days of being advised of any action the School of Law is taking to address the matter, the student may appeal that decision to the Dean of the School of Law. The decision of the Dean shall be final.

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